Euro Cup 2024: Schedule, Matches, and Where to Watch Tomorrow

This Wednesday, June 26, sees the final two groups in action, with the last two teams to be confirmed for the round of 16 of the European Football Championship. At 6:00 pm, the two matches in Group E will kick off, followed by the matches in Group F at 9:00 pm.

Slovakia – Romania (18:00): A high-stakes match

Group E is the most evenly matched and tense of all, with the four teams tied on three points heading into the final day. Slovakia suffered a surprise defeat to Belgium on the opening day, but then lost ground to Ukraine after initially taking the lead.

Romania’s situation is similar, but in reverse. They started with a 3-0 win over Ukraine, but then suffered a draw against Belgium. With both teams capable of winning, this is one of the most unpredictable matches of the day.

Ukraine – Belgium (18:00): Two teams in form

After a poor start to the tournament, both Ukraine and Belgium turned their fortunes around with resounding wins in their second matches. Ukraine is struggling to overcome its goal difference, while Belgium is looking to build on its strong performance.

This match promises to be a tight and intense affair, with both teams pushing hard for victory. With their fate hanging in the balance, expect a thrilling encounter.

Czech Republic – Türkiye (21:00): The Turks look to secure progression

The Czech Republic needs a win to keep its dreams of reaching the round of 16 alive. Alternatively, a draw for Türkiye would guarantee them a second-place finish.

After his late substitution in the match against Portugal, star player Arda Güler is expected to start from the beginning this time.

Read Also:  Barcelona Euro 2019 Player Update: Jules Koundé, Spain Squad, Joao Felix's Struggles, and Pedri's Injury Status

Georgia – Portugal (21:00): A must-win for Georgia, a chance to rotate for Portugal

With Portugal already confirmed as group winners, the Portuguese team is likely to field a rotated lineup, giving their players some rest. Georgia, on the other hand, needs a win to have any hope of progressing to the knockout phase. For them, it’s win or bust.

Where to watch the Euro Cup matches on June 26

You can watch Ukraine – Belgium and Georgia – Portugal on La1 and RTVE Play at 18:00 and 21:00 respectively. Slovakia – Romania and the Czech Republic – Türkiye can be seen on La2, Teledeporte and RTVE Play.

Recent Articles

Related News

Leave A Reply

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here